In 2017, SLOPD allowed parties to be registered with the city in advance, resulting in no party citations that year.
Although students reported multiple encounters with the “candyman,” SLOPD denied any connection to criminal activity.
Alfonso Alarconnunez was identified in two separate assault cases Dec. 18, 2017 and again this past Sunday.
An unknown male suspect attempted to sexually assault a Cal Poly student in her home Monday night.
Cocaine, marijuana, heroin and a semi-automatic handgun were found in Ocampo-Espinal’s apartment.
More people were asked to leave or denied entry into the match due to alcohol, university spokesperson Matt Lazier said.
TheHalloween Safety Enhancement Zone is in effect 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31 to 7 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1.
SLOPD will thoroughly review the recorded phone conversation between Sgt. Pfarr and New Times to understand precisely what was said.